Elizabeth II, Shilling (English) 1960 Brilliant Unc

In 1960 the Royal Mint issued their shilling coins with both an English and a Scottish reverse. Because of the lower population of Scotland, they produced far fewer Scottish shillings than English shillings. The coins on offer are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and are now 61 years old. Here we offer the 1960 English Shilling Brilliant Unc. The Royal Mint struck its last shillings for circulation in 1960. Not easy coins to find these days.
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SKU: USH60EW
£12.00
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In the Elizabeth II pre-decimal series there are just some dates that stand out and for sure 1964 is one of them. Don’t forget by 1964 the Mint was cutting down on the number of coins they were issuing in preparation of Decimal Day. It was only in 1967 that they realised that they needed a lot more coins to satisfy the daily demand for day to day transactions. That is why the 1967 coinage is so readily available. We have now available the scarce 1964 Halfcrown issue which Ian found on a buying trip to New Zealand, most difficult to find. Offered in Uncirculated condition and very difficult to find these days. Supplies are, of course, limited.
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